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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffmayhnaus Date: Dec 4, 2009 5:12am
Forum: netlabels Subject: top-40.org: Inna Breeze "Jonathan Seagull" symphony

Inna Breeze and top-40.org presents: electronic-symphonic poem "Jonathan Seagull" inspired by Richard Bach. Performed by Russian Philharmonia Symphony Orchestra. Recorded live at Moscow Composers Centre, February 4, 2005.

Intriguing, intimate, soulful and soaring music for orchestra and termenvox. Dramatic, full of emotions and desire. Flawless victory!

...speaking about the plot of my symphonic poem "Jonathan Seagull", inspired by Richard Bach - his dramaturgy appears to be quite handy for writing the music. So it was easier to create a large-scale piece. And I think, it's easier to perceive the music too, especially for non-academic listeners. Of course, if I would entitle the piece simply "Symphony №1", nothing would really change. But I think that "programmed" title is more intriguing...

Read more about this poem and download it (mp3/320 kbps) here

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